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Ceiling Hoist Training

Risk Managed, in collaboration with Macarthur Home Modifications Service and HLS Healthcare, brings you a comprehensive training day on overhead hoist prescription.

Expected Learning Outcomes: After completing this course, you will be equipped with a system for prescribing over-head hoist systems. You will feel competent in the prescription of ceiling track hoists, knowing when you could explore them over a mobile hoist and vice versa. You will realize that a simple tracking system in many cases, is all that is needed, to solve manual handling problems. You will also be clear on when you might look at a more complex tracking system. You will feel competent in communicating the options for mounting the over-head hoist with your client as well as other stakeholders involved. After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the enablers and inhibitors of a ceiling track versus a mobile hoist;
  • Explore single track over an x-y and curved/multi-track system;
  • Recognise the key features of tracks, motors, yokes and slings;
  • Explore ceiling hoists for rehabilitation and enhancing function versus maintenance;
  • Identify the key features in assessing a client in the home; and
  • Demonstrate key procedures in bed mobility related to hoists.

Dates

Wed 4 Apr 2018, 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM


Location

Where: Bankstown Hospital Auditorium Level 4. Limited parking available in carpark ($25 per day) or on street. Bankstown Hospital On-Demand Transport is an option from Bankstown Station or The Paceway. 


Pricing

Cost: $375.00 before March 16th 2018 (only available by adding the coupon code MonkeyPole at checkout); $595.00 after March 16th 2018. 


Contact

Name Amanda Oram
Phone (02)46553263
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Created 14th March 2018

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